EMBRAER ERJ 190 / ERJ-195
The ERJ-190 is a further stretch, by 6.25m, of the ERJ-170 to accommodate up to 104 passengers. The wing span is increased by 2.56m, GE CF34-8E-10 engines fitted, and strengthened landing gear. The –190 was available in Standard and Long-Range versions. The launch customer was JetBlue, who ordered 100, plus 100 options, on 10 June 2003. The Embraer 190 first flew in 2004 from Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil. The fly-by-wire twin had 110 firm orders at the time. First delivery was in the third quarter of 2005.
Formerly the ERJ-190-200, the ERJ-195 was a further stretch of the ERJ-190 by 2.41m to accommodate up to 110 passengers, also available in Standard and Long-Range versions. The first metal was cut on 23 August 2002, and first delivery in December 2004.
Capacity: 98 pax.
Capacity: 108 pax.